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  Yipeng Car Transmission Jack of safety that you need
   
   
 
 
 
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6th Sep 2017, 8:35 AM
Each Car Transmission Jack type is rated to handle a certain weight range, with the actual measurement listed directly on the jack itself in the form of an easily visible sticker. It’s important to understand that you won’t be lifting your entire automobile with a single jack, so you don’t need one that’s rated for the whole weight of your car or truck. For most sedans and small cars, a two-ton jack will be sufficient for raising a corner. A pickup truck or SUV could require twice that rating (four tons) to give you the margin of safety that you need.

The most common construction material for floor jacks is aluminum or steel. If you are looking for a jack to only use in the garage, then the steel one is the most appropriate. However, if you want a floor jack that is easy to move around, then go for the aluminum jack.

Every jack has a maximum speed depending on how it is built. In most cases, a standard jack can reach a high of 10 strokes. However, if you desire a quicker one with abou3 to 6 strokes for a maximum high, then consider those with a fast lift system or dual lifting pistons. But remember the more rapid the jacks, the more the price you will have to pay. http://www.yipengjack.com/

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